Title:Walkable Edmonton toolkit
Corporate Author: City of Edmonton
Walkable Edmonton
Subject:City of Edmonton – neighbourhood planning
Publisher:City of Edmonton
Place of Publication:Edmonton
Date of Publication:2010
Table Of Contents:

Introduction . 1 Design for Walkability . 5 Key Ingredients In Walkable Design. 7 Successes In Walkable Design. 13 Resources For Walkable Design . 15 Advocating for Walkability. 17 Ten Steps to Walkability. 18 Edmonton Success Stories. 21 Advice From Advocates . 22 Advocacy Resources. 24 Civic Support for Walkability. 27 Success Story. 32 Cycling Edmonton. 33 Cycling Resources. 35 Destinations. 37 Art Walks. 39 Heritage Walks. 41 Guided Tours & Events. 43 Walking, Running, Cycling Trails . 45 Scenic Walks Beyond Edmonton. 49 Group Ventures. 53 Finding Buddies . 54 Forming A Club. 56 Existing Groups In Edmonton . 57 Organized Events. 61 Workplace Walking . 63 Group Ventures Around The World. 65 Let’s Walk to School!. 67 School Successes & Resources . 68 Tools & Resources. 71 Walkability Audit . 75 Walkability Resources . 78 Toolkit Evaluation . 85

Material Type:Report

E. URBAN ISSUES/E.01 PLANNING/2010 WalkableEdmontonToolkit.pdf

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